Mars sunset are totaly different than on Earth. Mars has blue sunsets. The reason Mars has blue sunsets is because Mars' atmosphere is very tenous - its pressure is equivalent to about 1 percent of Earth's . It is made of carbon dioxide and has a lot of dust. The fine dust tends to scatter red light so that the sky appears reddish, which lets the blue light through.
Mars has various seasons like on Earth. But during the seasons the temperature is very low. For example, the Gale Crater on Mars is very cold and in winter the humdity can reach 70%!
Moving on, the difference in gravity would negatively affect human health by weakening bones and muscles. There is also risk of osteoporosis and cardiovascular problems. Current rotations on the International Space Station put astronauts in zero gravity for six months, a comparable length of time to a one-way trip to Mars.
Humans should not colonize to Mars because of population pressure. “t is really because we have an innate desire to explore.
Last be not least, I think one of the most challenging parts for the journey to Mars in terms of the humans and not necessarily the technology to get there is the risk of radiation exposure, and the in-flight consequences of the exposure to radiation, as well as the long-term health consequences of exposure.
Well that was quite and adventure! Anyways thank you very much for joining us on are journey to Mars! Hey guys wait for me!